Buying a franchise is a complicated procedure; you can learn a lot about franchising in general by visiting the website of the International Franchise Association: franchise.org. Here are eight legal questions you should ask the franchisor before buying: 1. Do I face any personal liability or obligations? 2. Where is the franchise be located? 3. [...]
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Learn from top experts on franchise financing issues for veterans during a VetFran Webinar on Oct. 23 at 11 a.m. ET. “Franchise Finance for Veterans” will feature TD Bank Head of the Small Business Administration Richard Bradshaw, National Association of Development Companies President and CEO Beth Solomon, BoeFly Co-President and Chief Strategy Officer Mike Rozman [...]
David Ambinder, former senior vice president of global business support services for Lehman Brothers, left the financial sector after the company filed for bankruptcy in 2008 and invested his savings in a Mr. Handyman franchise. Ambinder found the management and development skills he used to oversee about 500 employees across the globe with Lehman still [...]
You don’t have to start a business from scratch. You can be in business for yourself, but not by yourself, says the International Franchise Association. You can buy a franchise and they come in all categories and are designed for every budget. Franchises provide more than a trillion dollars a year to the economy and [...]
For centuries, Boston has knack for drawing the best and brightest minds. Take for example, the City’s universities and medical institutions. On May 2-3, some of the best and brightest minds in the area of franchise operations will convene in at the Sheraton Boston Hotel in Boston’s Back Bay for the Franchise Operations Performance Summit [...]
Togo’s, a “West Coast Original” since 1971 serving up big, made-to-order sandwiches stuffed with the freshest ingredients, is aggressively targeting Oregon for expansion. The San Jose, Calif.-based sandwich chain has fueled its development plans based on recent success of its Oregon franchisees. Togo’s aims to open 25-30 restaurants throughout Oregon in cities such as Portland, Eugene, Hillsboro, [...]